|Flow rate manipulation in a microfluidic chip obtains
with MFCS-4C 345mbar microfluidic flow controller.
Flow rate manipulation in a microfluidic chip obtains with:
The utilization of microfluidics in chemistry has significantly increased over the past few years. By offering the possibility to include networks of microchannels, valves, reaction chambers or electrodes inside the same chip, microfluidics offers new solution in the field of chemistry.
The miniaturized platform of chemistry provides:
Based on these benefits, microfluidics is used for a lot of chemical applications such as:
Thanks to its FASTABTM technology, the MFCSTM (Microfluidic Flow Control System) provides some key advantages for chemical application:
You can find more information in the following publications for which the MFCSTM have been used to chemical applications:
Norland optical adhesive (NOA81) microchannels with adjustable wetting behavior and high chemical resistance against a range of mid-infrared-transparent organic solvents, P. Wägli, A.Homsy, N.F.deRooij, Sensors and Actuators B, 2011
A dielectrophoretic continuous flow sorter using integrated microelectrodes coupled to a channel constriction, S. Salomon, T. Leichlé, L. Nicu, Electrophoresis, vol.32, issue 12, 06/2011
Nanocavity Redox Cycling Sensors for the Detection of Dopamine Fluctuations in Microfluidic Gradients, E. K. Telh, B. Hofmann, S. G. Lemay, M. A. G. Zevenbergen, A. Offenh usser, and B. Wolfrum, Anal. Chem. n°82, 2010
Integrated microdevice for preconcentration and separation of a wide variety of compounds by electrochromatography, G. Proczek, V. Augustin, S. Descroix, M.C. Hennion, Electrophoresis, vol.30, issue 3, 02/2009
Microfluidic System for Controlled Gelation of a Thermally Reversible Hydrogel, J. Flueckiger, K. C. Cheung, Biomedical Circuits and Systems, vol.3, issue 4, 08/2009
Electrospun microfibres with temperature sensitive iridescence from encapsulated cholesteric liquid crystal, E. Enz, J. Langerwall, J. Mater. Chem. n°20, 2010
*Response time to target pressure is output volume dependent
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